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BANDITS KILL AND
ROB STOREKEEPER
Two Men Lure Proprietor to Rear
and Strike Him with Ax,
Escaping with Money
SIX BOYS WITNESS TRAGEDY
Victim of Daylight Assault Begs
to Be Spared-Criminals Iden
tified—Woman Is Arrested
After luring him to the roar of his
store at 1601 East Twenty-fifth street,
J A. Felter, 50 years old, was struck
on the head with an ax by two high
waymen yesterday afternoon, receiving
injuries which resulted in his death two
hours later at the receiving hospital.
The assault took place shortly b.-rore
6 o'clock. After the men had knocked
Felter unconscious, they threw him
Into the basement of the store build-
Ing and stole a tin box confining a
large amount of money from a secret
hiding place. A cash register contain
ing $15 was not touch' d.
That the men wire acquainted with
Felter and were aware of the fact that
he had considerable money in the store
Is evidenced by the fact that they w< vi
able to locate the tin box. According
to the police, the men were Identified
by six witnesses as Lewis Deck and
Loe Candelero of 1524 East Twenty-tilth
Street. Descriptions were furnished the
patrolmen from University station and
a dragnet spread over the neighbor
hood, but the men could not be located.
The men entered the store shortly
after 6 o'clock and started a conversa
tion with Felter. Finally they walked
to the rear of the store. According to
six boys who were playing in front of
the store at the time and were eye
•witnesses to the holdup, one of the men
picked tat> an ax and after threatening
Felter struck him on the head, causing
a. deep gash on his head and a frac
ture of his skull, and rendering him
unconscious. Before Felter was struck
the boys relate him as saying: "Please
don't kill me. You can have my
money." After knocking him to the
floor the br.ndits threw his body in the
basement and then secured the box
containing the money and made their
escape through a rear door. How much
money was contained In the box is not
known, as Felter was not married and
had few companion?.
Miss Esther Martin, who is said by
the police to be a woman companion
of Deck, was arested on suspicion late
last night and taken to central police
headquarters. She will be used as a
witness against Deck and Candelere in
case they are arrested.
The body of Felter was removed to
the John R. Paul undertaking parlors,
where efforts are being made to locate
his relatives. Until they are located
funeral arrangements will not be made.
MORMON WOMAN DIES
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. I.—Lucy W.
Kimball, a widow of .Tospph Smith,
prophf-t nnil founder of the Mormon
church, died in this city today, aged
85 years, of a stroke of paralysis. After
the drath of the proplirt she married
lleber C. Klmball, one of the leaders
of the church.
Ten can buy It. pfrnaii at many places, but
them's one BEST Place to buy It-and th»»
The Home of |
Hart Schaff ncr Marx
Clothes
The Hour of Prayer
Around The World
By the "OFFICE BOY"
Nothing sucoeeds in business like
a smile. The man who goes about
his work with a cheerful expression
and a pJeasant word seldom fails to
"get there."
A great part of the success of the
Sllverwood stores is the direot re
sult of the smile habit. In all of
our great establishments we haven't
a single dissatisfied employee.
There's no room for grouches in
our stores. Only contented em
ployes can do the best work and
render the best service, and we are
not satisfied with anything but the
best. Our organization fairly bub
bles over with the spirit of good
humor. From the lowest to the
highest, every individual Is imbued
with the spirit of oheerfulness. Our
salesmen are proud to be a part of a
great mercantile establishment that
•ells only the best goods made.
They Ilka their work and they lend
their best endeavors toward doing
It right. The wearer of our mer
chandise can afford to smile. He
knows he is getting the best goods
obtainable and getting them at as
low or lower price than he could
buy the "just as ijood." He knows
he Is being waited upon by a man
who knows his business from A to
Z. He knov.'» his package will bo
delivered on time. He knows if
any article purchased from us
should fail to give Its rull value In
honest wear that he can return It
and have it replaced or hit money
refunded. The reason the Silver
wood stores are the beat stores on
earth is because we are constantly
striving to give more and do more
for our patrons.
F. B. SILVERWOOD
i 221 s»Hith spring Los Angeles
I Sixth and Broadway
I BaKersflell . Long Beach
I San Bernardino Maricopa
ESTIMATE NEW MEXICO'S
POPULATION 327,396
WASHINGTON, Oct. I.—The popula
tion of the territory of New Mexico Is
327,396 as enumerated In the thirteenth
census, according to announcement of
census Director Purand today. This
is an increase of 132,086 or 67.6 per
cent over 195.310 In 1900, when the
twelfth census showed an Increase of
37.854 or 24.6 per cent over the previous
ten years.
St. Joseph, Mo., 77,400, a decrease of
25,576 or 24.8 per cent over 102,979 in
1900.
Shawnee. Okla., 12,474, compared
with 3462 in 1900.
WYNMALAN SETS HEIGHT
RECORD AT 9121 FEET
Dutch Aviator Beats Chavez.
Carburetor Freezes; Makes
Sudden. Safe Descent
MOURMELON, Oct. I.—Wynmalan,
the aviator, established a world's rec
ord for altitude today, rising to a
height of 9121 feet. The previous best
mark of 8409 was made by the late
George Chavez.
Wynmalan rose until his motor failed
him and then made a perilous desceiw.
He suffered internally, and his exciting
experience was similar to that of LfeoK<
Morane, who on September 3 nseendec
$271 feet, establishing a record that
stood until eclipsed by Chavez. * •
When his motor stopped there was
nothing left for him to do but to play
down to the earth. This was accom
plished in thirteen minutes. An exam
ination showed that the carburetor had
been frozen. The (light was official and
the record will stand.
Henry Wynmalan is a newcomer in
the world of aviation. He first at
tracted international attention Septem
ber 29 when at Bourg he rose, to a
height of 7956 feet.
Wynmalan was born in Holland in
1889. He was given an aviation li
cense only last month.
* ■ »
FOOTBALL INJURY FATAL
CARLISLE, Kas., Oct. I.—Melville
Waters, aged 17, a junior in Carlisle
hiffh school, was kicked on the head
today in a Football game between Car
lisle and Rockvllle hiph school teams
and died an hour later.
t AMUSEM ENTS_ ______^
"^OSIANOELES THEATRE
£^^m^m VILLE
MATINEE TODAY—3 BIG SHOWS TONIGHT
Dorothy Deschelle C& Co.
And Six Other Feature Acts
COMMENCING TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT 2:30
Emmet Devoy & Co. . Dorsch & Russell
In the acreamlne farce. In the spectacular novelty,
"The Saintly Mr. Billings" "The Musical Railroaders"
Violet Allen & Co. Mary Ann Brown
In the lively skit. From London Town.
"Keeping an Appointment"
»,., «, t-v , Black & McCone
Milton & Delmar Military Acrobatic Comlques.
In the rural comedy sketch,
"Uncle Si's Visit" THE LAUGH-O-SCOPE
"ITS A RIOT OF MUSIC AND FUN—ALWAYS 10c. 20c 30c.
GT?AWr» r»PTTT?A T-irm'3'P MATINEES TODAY, TUESDAY, SATURDAY
RAND U^JIiKA HUUbt. phones Main 1007— AIBBT.
FIRST TIME—THIS AFTERNOON—FIRST TIME.
IA PICTUKESQUE: #• EXCITING PLAY OF THE PLAINS
DON'T MISS THE THRILLING BRONCHO BUSTING EX
HIBITION BY REAL COWBOY CHAMPIONS. Popular Prices
MASON OPERA HOUSE "• «5*J;
Week Starting Monday, October —Matinee Saturday
f~*\ A "^C^l If laughs were dollars, I'd make John D.
Z\ V I Km-ltefeller look like a piker."—
WJX X. X. • O'Brien.
ffajyipl HENRY B. HARRIS Presents
111 Rose Stahl
itff^^^ AS "PATRICIA O'BRIEN" I.V
A The Chorus Lady"
y A eomed.v h.v JAMES FORBISS.
Ifß PRICES —50c, lie., (1, $1.30, $:.00. BEATS
f^^^W THURSDAY, 9 A. M. ,
■PIANTAGES THEATER Broadway, between lltlh and Sixth.
Unrivaled Vaudeville
Stars of All Nation■,
Mr. and Mrs. Rob't Fitzsimmons Buch Brothers
in "A Man's a Man tor a' That." onmciy" Bounding" Ac,,.
Testae Edwards j ac k Hawkins & Co.
And Her S Trained Pomeranian Spitz. Comedy Sketch.
Myrtle Victorine Claude Golden
Fashion Plate Soubretie. Australian Card King.
Matinee Dally '.':3 O. Three Performunces Saturday ami Sunday Nlffhts, Starts 6:30.
Two Shows Every Night, 7;20, 11:00. *
PT>TikTr«coe THTTJATPR First Street. Near Bprlnv
KINL.XI.Ob 1 ri.n-J\ i- Xi.l% Home of Clean Musical Comedy
—-princess Musical Comedy ■ Co. presents the farce comedy true to life. " I"H '■
DOPE FIEND," featuring tl'o »est musical mock company In the i-ity ami a
cliorus of ten prettiest, daintiest dancing Klrls on thu Pacific coast. Evenings, 'MS
ami '■ -15. Matinees Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. I'JtIC'ES —
loc, tto, d O .
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1910.
EXPLOSION TRAPS
150 MEN IN MINE
Accident in Mexican Property
Costs Lives of Many
Employes
AMERICANS AMONG MISSING
Most of Those Believed Dead in
Disaster Are Natives
and Japanese
(Assortnted Presi>
EAGLE PASS, Tex., Oct. I.—One
hundred and fifty minors, possibly
more, ars entombed and believed to be
dead In mine No. l' at Palau, Mexico,
In the Las Bap iranza mining district,
operated by the National railroad Hits
of Mexico, as a result of two explo
sions, presumably because of an ac
cumulation of gas, last night and early
today.
The men entombed are mostly native
and Japanese, although the number
Includes several Americans.
At the time of the first explosion the
lentiiv night shift, estimated at from
USO to 300 men, was at work. Of these
Pnoru had reached the surface al a
late hour today and probably are dead.
second explosion oi curred short-
a rescue party, composed
largely of Americans, had descended.
That they wore killed is thought
certain.
However, information that has
reached here so far is meager. X*>
Official statement has been made other
than that the disaster was "very se
rious." and a special train with phy
sicians left Ciudad Porflrlo Diaz early
today for the scene.
William P. Hollis, material agent for
the government railroad, under whose
supervision the mines are conducted,
has also proceeded to the mine.
Palau is near the town of Musquiz,
state of Coahuila. An explosion oc
curred in the same mine a year ago,
several hundred Mexican and Japan
ese miners losing- their lives.
It's M easy to secure a Dargaln In a m*4
automobile, through want advertising v It
tued to he— and «tlll Is— to serur* a bnr»
»n<i onnlmr*
AMUSEMENTS
T AMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER B , mv , Near Ninth.
Hnrlnnlng TOMORROW EVENING. J^^^^^^^^^^T
Bet Seat. $1 at th« Matinees B^^^^^^^P^Sn
Wednesday and Saturday W®'WffiSyWt
EDWARD J. BOWES -#f^ \
Tresents '""* >*!^!»
MARGARET \ y
ILLINGTON
I
In Her Greatest Success,
Until Eternity |
Adapted from the original French play of the same name by and produced under the
personal direction of
EDWARD ELSNER
Mil. AL C. JOY In the SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER say»: "Mis. Ililngtan con
vinied a large audience (lint among those American actresses who have the power
to touch the heart, to thrill with pathos, and to stir deep and tender emotion*, sbe
stands well in the forefront."
NIGHT PRICES. 500 to $2. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, best seats |1.
NEXT ATTRACTION—DIRECT FROM A SEASON AT THE COMEDY THEATER,
NEW YORK.
Walker Whiteside
Management Llebler & Co.
In Israel Zangwlll's Masterpiece,
The Melting Pot
MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER Mnear 9"xth.
BEGINNING MATINEE TODAY. A SPLENDID REVIVAL OF THE GREAT
HISTORICAL DRAMA,
WHEN KNIGHTHOOD
WAS IN FLOWERj
PRICES— 25c, 50c. 750. MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 10c. -3c. 500.
NEXT WEEK—"THE SUBSTITUTE."
si^ip] Vaudeville |g;:ff=;;,r|
ladles and children. | BEOIXNI>o NDAY MATINEE L— 1
"Tod o' th' World" . , Minnie Dupree & Co.
_ r r. mi t»,,i . I v The Minister's Wife."
Dancers coin. B^iut. , .
McKay & Cantwell Matinee Jft. Sr°DocK.tad,r'. .»m.tr./
"On the Great White Way.' 7~ '„»-,,,_ —, T
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin «r«^«,^ f Original Kaufmanna >l
/-> ii . c .». ... 1 OQSIV^ "world Famed Cyclists.
Connelly "Sweethearts." IUUV > td_«__
T l. vJatra Trio I "lie. Renee
?rape« ™l'J Orpheum Motion Picture,. Goddess of Music
EVERY NIGHT— 10c. 25c. 50c. 75c. MATINEE DAILY—IOc. 25c. 50e. „
BT7>T «crn TUI7ATT7P Belawo-Blackwood Co., Props, and Myrs.
£.LAt»L(J J. titi*A I i^K Matinees Today, Thursday and Saturday.
LAST TWO TIMES TODAY of Clyde Fitch's delightful comedy success,
"GIRLS."
Tomorrow Night—COMMENClNG—Tomorrow Night
LEWIS B. STONE and the Belasco company will present for the first time by any
stock company George M. Cohan's great musical play,
FIFTY MILES FROM BOSTON [
This is going to be the biggest musical play of the entire season.
All the Cohan fun all the Cohan songs and dances; all the clever
Cohan girls and the dandy Cohan boys—Just the biggest noise in
the musical show line you ever saw, and at the regular Belasco
scale of prices, too.
Hear These Big Song Hits:
"Loving Ways." by MISS EVE KELLY; "Back to the Old Home Town," by CHARLES
RUGGLES- "My Hero and I'm Lookinc After Tetrazzlnl's Job." by MISS BESSIE
TANNEHILL- "Help. Help. Help, I'm Falling In Love." by MISS ADEI.E FARIUNG
TON- "Waltz With Me." by MISS NELLIE MONTGOMERY; "H-a-r-r-1-B-a n." by
CHARLES GIBLYN: "The Boys that Fight the Flames." by GEORGE FIELD.
Wednesday and Thursday night's performances of "FIFTY MILKS FROM
BOSTON" reserved for the American Bankers' Association, on which oc
casions * the entire seating capacity of the Belasco theater belongs to the
delegates to the Bankers' convention and their friends.
If you fail to see FIFTY MILES FROM BOSTON you are sure
to miss the brightest, the best and the biggest musical play of the
season.
REGULAR BELASCO PRICES-NIGHTS. 2 50. 50c and 73c; MATINEES THURSDAY,
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 25c and „oc.
AUDITORIUM- SKBSk-' " * SSSJ"" 1
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCT. 3
with Saturday matinee. The first musical event of the year. Special engagement of
the renowned
NATIONAL POLLARD COMIC OPERA COMPANY
Biggest and best caste and chorus ever seen in Gilbert & Sullivan's famous comic opera ,
THE
MIKADO
Thirty five people. Special scenery. Magnificent costumes. Special orchestra. Alfred
Pollard a. KO-KO; Eva Pollard as YUM-YUM: Jack Pollard a. THE MIKADO.
Seat sale BOW on. Prices—2sc. :."''■ 75c $1.00.
T EVY'S CAFE CHANTANT t"J5f i3 Iio"o IDA BllT.
The Star Entertainers
... _ „. •...n-orian Grozlcn Troupe of Dancers; I.lllle Lillian, Vienna Royal grand
™^a l™ ■• Fern Meiroi*. the. .Irl with th. marvelous double voice; Jeanette Dupre...
"l»T slril " A ,Vj, the many smiles, and Kammermeyer'» Orchestra.
O. v, „ iit/"> T-UK'AI-PT? ~ .MAIN ST., lletween fifth anil Sixth.
L.YMPIC intAlbK ('„„!, Comfortable, ('iinim«iiiuii>.
ihln & Fargo offer "THE BfILLIKBN MAN." a sure cure for the blues by
Cham! Mphln. featuring Jules Mondo] and the Olympic beauty chorus In ten bis
binning and dancing numbers, l'rlces— 20c, Hie. _______
/-. A 1.1 FORMA THKATKK, *88 (So. Spring nt. Win. C. lt<ill<», Um>. and Manager-
Cxhe latest iiiOi.KAl-11. >i:i.i(. and other lIItM mv I'lCTUltKS—3o ADMISSION.
New pktarift_floads/i Iliortda/, Saturday. CLEAN— COOL.
AMUSEMENTS
Monster m*
Carnival of
Products
Grand State Encamp
ment I. O. O. F.
Santa Ana Oct. 3-8 Inc.
Oct. 3rd, 4th and sth
10,000 Odd Fellows in camp. Drills, parades and three bands of music all da»
and night. ■
Oct. 6th
Monster parade of products, led by Queen of Carnival with 50 beautiful floats
from all parts of Southern California. $75,000 in decorations and lioats. Bands
of music everywhere. .. —- • -
October 7th—
Odd Fellows Day
Automobile races unipr sanction of A. A. A.
25,000 Odd Fellows •in grand parade. Daylight fireworks. The Midway
with 100 first-class attractions. Balloon ascension. Something doing every
minute of the day and evening.
October Bth
Gorgeous floral parade. Automobile races under sanction of A. A. A. Fire
works, balloon ascensions, ball games, the Midway. Grand exhibition of
products under 5 acres of canvas.
Excursion Rate
75c Round Trip, October 3rd to Bth
Inclusive
Auspices Merchants C& Manufacturers 7
j Association
, Don't fail to join the merry crowds.
/ Plenty of attractions for young and old.
. Take cars 6th and Main Sts.
Pacific Electric Railway
Special Trolley Events
for Saturday and Sunday
MT. LOWE
SD-cial excursion rates for Saturday and Sunday $2 round trip. The world's
most beautiful mountain trolley trip. Reaches from Orange Grove* to "Ye
Dine Tavern " the famous mountain inn, 6000 feet above. the sea. Every foot
of the way is vividly interesting and entranc>ngly beautiful. Through car'
Si, 9, 10 a. in., 1:30 and 4 p. m.
LONG BEACH
THE GEM OF THE PACIFIC. Special band concerts on the strand afternoon
■in evening Dancing at the Majestic. Finest sun and plunge bathing on tho
ccast. First class entertainment only, on the Pike, the walk of a thousand
lights.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, NEWPORT, BALBOA, NAPLES
AND POINT FIRMIN
All offer a variety of amusements for beach-goers, while the ride along the
COaThrougr v^Heys and orange groves— take Monrovia, Covlna and Glendora
°arOther points of interest: Rubio Canyon, San. Gabriel Mission, Cawston
°St Fa S tFf ar l1 S !rXe ftonfsixth and Main streets Terminal Station.
Pacific Electric Railway"
——^"-—-^*^^—^■—»^——————i^—
Shortest Line To the Ocean
IP Venice -
Great Scenic Railway
Dancing, Boating, Plunge and Surf Bathing
Chiaffarelli's Concert Band
GRAND JAPANESE CELEBRATION
Ocean Park
Santa Monica
Plunge and Surf Bathing, Dancing
Donatelli's Concert Band
Redondo Beach
Delightful Ten-Mile Ride Along the Ocean
Band Concerts, Bathing, Dancing
Los Angeles Pacific Railway
Hill Street Station, Between Fourth and Fifth
BASEBALL Pacific_Coast League
lOS A\<;kl.EM VS. VKHNOS— Wednesday Sept. 21; Thursday, Sept. 29; Satur
day. "i I Sunday, Oct. I; Moaday. Oct. 3. at Chute, park. 2:30 p. m.
„.,,, 1V „,, ; jC .10 at Vernon. -..') P. in.; Bun Jay. Oct. 2. at V.rnon. 10:80 a. in. L*
men' day every day except Saturday. Sunday mid holiday* ■
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